Yagyopaveet of CM’s son took place in Haridwar, wife Geeta Dhami was seen dressed in Pahari clothes

Sanjay Bhagat, Shagun Bhagat and Ishaan Bhagat, the sons and grandsons of their pilgrimage priest Rampratap Bhagat, performed the sacrificial rites performed according to the Kumaoni method.
After the sacrificial ceremony, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami registered the purpose and name of his pilgrimage priest Ram Pratap Bhagat in the book of genealogy.
This private program of the Chief Minister was kept completely confidential and its information was not allowed to be made public till the end. Party workers, even local office bearers were kept away from it. During this, Geeta Dhami, wife of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, was blooming in Kumaoni dress. She was looking very beautiful in Kumaoni Pichhora and Nath.
Earlier on Saturday morning, the Chief Minister, along with his wife Geeta Dhami, Mata Vishni Devi and sister Nandi Devi, family priest Pathak and other family members reached Haridwar and first of all took the blessings of Mother Ganga, the Purifier.
After this, the Tirtha-Purohit performed the sacrificial ceremony of Chief Minister’s eldest son Diwakar Dhami with full rituals. Teerth Purohit Shagun Bhagat told that Yajnopaveet Sanskar is one of the major Sanskars among the 16 Sanskars of Sanatan Dharma.
After wearing the sacred thread, a person has to strictly follow the rules in his life, even he has to do the tasks of daily life keeping in mind the dignity and purity of sacred thread. After the sacrificial ceremony, he went to Dehradun along with his family members in the afternoon.
Lord Ganesha etc. is worshiped and the child is made to sit wearing a garland of flowers along with undergarments. After this, the deities are invoked by reciting the Gayatri Mantra ten times. During this, a promise is taken from the child to teach scriptures and observe fasts.
Guru recites the mantra and says that from today onwards you have become a Brahmin, that is, one who believes in Brahma (only one who believes in God). After this, wearing deerskin, they tie a bracelet of Munj (mekhla) and give a punishment in hand. That child begs for alms from the people present.

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